Massive weekend it was for a number of Ugandan players abroad at their respective clubs but do you know how they fared?
In the Turkish Premier League, Faruku Miya was an unused as his Konyaspor FC side drew 2-2 at home against Sivasspor.
In Burundi, midfielder Brian Allan Kizza and defender Steven “Nesta” Mugisha guided Le messager Ngozi to the 2019/2020 Primus Burundi Ligue title after beating Inter stars 3-0 at home with one game left.
Elsewhere, Robert Kakeeto came on for Andersen Lucas in the 63rd minute as his Aalborg FC side succumbed to a 4-0 loss on the road at Nordsjaelland in the Danish Superliga championship round.
Meanwhile, in the Israel Ligat Ha’al relegation round, stylish midfielder William Kizito Luwagga replaced Afriat Yahav in the 60th minute as his Hapoel Kfar Saba drew side 0-0 with Kiryat Shmona at home while
Dependable defender Timothy Awany featured for the entire 90 minutes as his Ashdod FC side drew 3-3 with Bnei Yehuda.
In the Slovakia Super League, Isaac Muleme came on for Vrabel Ondrej in the 66th minute as his FC Nitra downed Senica 2-0.
In Tanzanian Vodacom Premier League, right back Nicholas Wadada returned and played full time featured as his Azam FC side drew goalless on the road against Yanga Africans. played a stalemate draw.
Boban Zirintusa was introduced in the 75th minute for Haruna Chanongo as his Mtibwa Sugar FC side drew goalless against Coastal Union.
In Swedish Suprettan, striker Alexis Bbakka got off the mark with his first season goal in the 54th minute as his Umea FC side drew 1-1 against Akropolis in a game he went on to be named man of the match.
Meanwhile, in the Allsvenskan, defender Ronald Ddungu Mukiibi featured in the entire game whereas Izak Ssewankambo came on in the 66th minute as their Ostersunds FK side shared spoils 0-0 against Orebro.
In the English Championship, Jordan Obita played full time as his Reading FC side drew 1-1 against Stoke City.
On Monday midfielder Moses Opondo provided an assist before being withdrawn in the 46th minute as his Odense FC side defeated Lyngby 1-2 on the road in the Danish Superliga relegation round.
Report compiled by Ronnie Lusulire-a presenter on 102.1 FUFA fm. Lusulire presents every Tuesday 8pm a programme called Tugukyangira Bunayiira dedicated to Uganda’s foreign based players.
MAIN PHOTO: Alexis Bbaka (left) in action for Umea FC in Sweden